The seventh Enterprise Awards in association with the WCIT is celebrating and recognising the very best of the UK’s technology entrepreneurial talent with ‘The Oscars of the Technology Industry’. Uniquely focused on the founder rather than the businesses themselves, the Enterprise Awards boasts previous winners that have achieved prominence on both private and public markets. The judging panel will be looking for examples of vision, growth, innovation, funding, use of capital, use of resources, strategy, execution, ambition and determination to succeed.
Jacyn was selected as a finalist as a result of his dynamic leadership style, driving Epos Now’s growth and innovation. An Enterprise Awards judge visited Jacyn at Epos Now’s Norwich headquarters to experience the business first hand. Jacyn looks forward to the result and meeting the other finalists at the awards ceremony on the 14th of June, held at the prestigious Dorchester Hotel in Park Lane London.
“I’m honoured to have been selected as a finalist. These awards are great recognition of the work tech professionals and entrepreneurs are doing in the sector. Having been a small business owner I understand the challenges faced by our customers. I want to give SMEs the tools they need to compete so we can rejuvenate the diversity of Britains high streets.” Jacyn Heavens CEO.
The event's chosen charity is Founders4Schools which looks to improve the employability of students by connecting them to business leaders. If you’d like more information on the Enterprise Awards, please click here. Or follow the award on social media using #17EAwards.